To start using the Task Mining service, you need to enable it on a selected cloud tenant.
We encourage you to add a separate tenant for your Task Mining instance as it is easier to manipulate and supervise after setting up and launching your recording projects.
For the Task Mining service to be correctly set up the following services need to be enabled on each of the tenants where it will be used:
- the Task Mining service that allows you to manage users and set up your projects;
- the AI Center service that allows you to complete the data analysis stage.
Before enabling the service please check the Prerequisites.
Please check the About Tenants page for more details about Automation Cloud tenants.
You can also check the AI Center User Guide for more details about this service.
Task Mining is a tenant-level service signifying that each tenant's data is segregated. This means that you need to enable the service for each of the tenants where this is needed.
Follow the steps below to enable the Task Mining service on a tenant:
- Go to the Automation Cloud webpage and log in with your UiPath account.
- Click the Admin button.
- Click Add Tenant.
Optionally, you can click Tenants to display the list of available tenants and enable the service for an already existing tenant. For more details about managing the tenants please check the About Tenants page from the Automation Cloud guide.
- The tenant form is displayed on the right-hand side.
- If you want to create a new tenant enter a suitable name for your tenant and select the Task Mining and AI Center services to be enabled.
- If you want to edit an existing tenant select the Task Mining and AI Center services to be enabled.
If only Task Mining is enabled, the data upload and data analysis functionalities will not be available.
When accessing the newly created/updated tenant, the Task Mining and AI Center services are displayed on the left-hand side panel. If you access the tenant list the services are displayed in the corresponding column for the tenant.
Updated about a month ago